Jan 26 • 7M

A Pitch for EIZO: The Lone Survivor of Japan's Once Thriving Monitor Industry

Discovering the secret of EIZO's success: From Pachinko machines to niche markets with high barriers to entry

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Rei Saito
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I created this clip to pitch why I think EIZO is perhaps the most interesting monitor manufacturer in the world.

EIZO, the Japanese monitor manufacturer, has undergone a dramatic pivot in its business strategy. Initially, the company was primarily focused on producing Pachinko machines, but over time it has shifted its focus to specialized industries with high barriers to entry, such as air traffic control, healthcare and creative professionals. This pivot has enabled EIZO to establish a strong foothold in these niche markets and it has become known for producing high-quality, reliable monitors that are specifically tailored to the needs of these industries.

With a strong emphasis on innovation and customer satisfaction, EIZO has been able to perform with incredibly high margins and customer satisfaction in an industry where profit margins are often less than 1%. The company's unwavering commitment to excellence has made it the go-to choice for professionals who demand the very best in monitor technology.

If you're enticed by this pitch, you should definitely take a look at the stock analysis I've written. It delves deeper into the financials of the company and provides a comprehensive overview of EIZO's performance in the market. It's a must-read for anyone looking to invest in the company and gain a better understanding of its potential for growth and profitability:

[Stock-Analysis] EIZO (6737 JP): Japan's Last Monitor Maker with an Incredible Turnaround Story
Disclaimer: The information in this article represents my opinions and should not be construed as personalized or individualized investment advice and are subject to change. You might not have heard of EIZO, but it's considered the gold standard in the professional monitor world…
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